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2 Fall Fans Might be Wrong: A Mark E Smith special

This week we’ve been unable to record a usual episode due to the flu. Instead we’ve pulled together five favourite Fall tracks each in celebration of the life and art of Mark E Smith, who sadly passed away this week

Tracklisting
Gramme Friday
from Grotesque (After the Gramme), Rough Trade Records, 1980

Bury
from Bury pts 2+4 7”, Domino Recording Co., 2010

Mr Pharmacist
from Bend Sinister, Beggars Banquet, 1986

Telephone Thing
from Extricate, Phonogram Records, 1990

What About Us?
from Fall Heads Roll, Slogan Records, 2005

Hit the North Part 1
from The Frenz Experiment, Beggars Banquet, 1986

Totally Wired
from Grotesque (After the Gramme), Rough Trade Records, 1980

No Xmas for John Quays
from Live at the Witch Trials, Step Forward Records, 1979

Jawbone and the Air-Rifle
from Hex Enduction Hour, Kamera Records, 1982

Blindness
from Fall Heads Roll, Slogan Records, 2005

#17 – Forest Swords, Ty Segall, Soft Healer, Gablé (Gareth’s no speaking mix)

After Anthony’s electronic led mix last week, Gareth provides one completely different. Including a number of tracks released this week – including Forest Swords and Machinefabriek – his is somewhat more eerie, but no less amazing.

Tracklisting
1.Martin’s First Letter – Wisbey (Trunk Records, UK)
2.Rattling cage – Forest Swords (No Pain In Pop, UK)
3.Movie Light – Soft Healer (Captured Tracks, USA)
4.Whyyy – Gablé (LoAF, UK)
5.On The Wall – The Dragons (Ninja Tune, UK)
6.Breakthrough – The Funkees (Soundway, UK)
7.Psykick Dancehall – The Fall (Step-Forward Records, UK)
8.Girlfriend – Ty Segall (Goner Records, USA)
9.Hilary – Machinefabriek (self-release, Netherlands)
10.Martin’s Second Letter – Wisbey (Trunk Records, UK)